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📒Greasemonkey Hacks ✍ Mark Pilgrim
✏Greasemonkey Hacks Book Summary : Greasemonkey Hacks is an invaluable compendium 100 ingenious hacks for power users who want to master Greasemonkey, the hot new Firefox extension that allows you to write scripts that alter the web pages you visit. With Greasemonkey, you can create scripts that make a web site more usable, fix rendering bugs that site owners can't be bothered to fix themselves, or add items to a web site's menu bar. You can alter pages so they work better with technologies that speak a web page out loud or convert it to Braille. Greasemonkey gurus can even import, combine, and alter data from different web sites to meet their own specific needs. Greasemonkey has achieved a cult-like following in its short lifespan, but its uses are just beginning to be explored. Let's say you're shopping on an e-commerce site. You can create a script that will automatically display competitive prices for that particular product from other web sites. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination and your Greasemonkey expertise. Greasemonkey Hacks can't help you with the imagination part, but it can provide the expert hacks-complete with the sample code-you need to turn your brainstorms into reality. More than just an essential collection of made-to-order Greasemonkey solutions, Greasemonkey Hacks is crammed with sample code, a Greasemonkey API reference, and a comprehensive list of resources, to ensure that every resource you need is available between its covers. Some people are content to receive information from websites passively; some people want to control it. If you are one of the latter, Greasemonkey Hacks provides all the clever customizations and cutting-edge tips and tools you need to take command of any web page you view.
📒Greasemonkey Hacks ✍ Mark Pilgrim
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📒Yahoo Hacks ✍ Paul Bausch
✏Yahoo Hacks Book Summary : Yahoo! took the world by storm in the 1990s as a one-of-a-kind, searchable list of interesting web sites. But ten years later, it has expanded into a department store overflowing with useful and innovative tools and services-from email, blogging, social networking, and instant messaging, to news, financial markets, shopping, movie and TV listings, and much more. Today's Yahoo! keeps you connected with every aspect of your life and every corner of the Web. Yahoo! Hacks shows you how to use, expand, personalize, and tweak Yahoo! in ways you never dreamed possible. You'll learn how to: Fine-tune search queries with keyword shortcuts and advanced syntax Manage and customize Yahoo! Mail, using it as your universal email client to access all your other accounts Explore your social networks with Yahoo! 360, blogging your life, keeping up with friends, and making new contacts Store, sort, blog, feed, track, and otherwise share photos with Flickr and RSS Make My Yahoo! your Yahoo!, and personalize Yahoo!'s many properties Roll your own Yahoo! applications with Yahoo! new Web Services API and Perl, PHP, Java, Python, Ruby, or the programming language of your choice Visualize search results and topics, mash up images from around the Web, and remix other web content List (or hide) your site with Yahoo!, and integrate Yahoo! Groups, Messenger, contextual search (Y!Q), or other Yahoo! features Whether you want to become a power searcher, news monger, super shopper, or innovative web developer, Yahoo! Hacks provides the tools to take you further than you ever thought possible.
📒Baseball Hacks ✍ Joseph Adler
✏Baseball Hacks Book Summary : Baseball Hacks isn't your typical baseball book--it's a book about how to watch, research, and understand baseball. It's an instruction manual for the free baseball databases. It's a cookbook for baseball research. Every part of this book is designed to teach baseball fans how to do something. In short, it's a how-to book--one that will increase your enjoyment and knowledge of the game. So much of the way baseball is played today hinges upon interpreting statistical data. Players are acquired based on their performance in statistical categories that ownership deems most important. Managers make in-game decisions based not on instincts, but on probability - how a particular batter might fare against left-handedpitching, for instance. The goal of this unique book is to show fans all the baseball-related stuff that they can do for free (or close to free). Just as open source projects have made great software freely available, collaborative projects such as Retrosheet and Baseball DataBank have made great data freely available. You can use these data sources to research your favorite players, win your fantasy league, or appreciate the game of baseball even more than you do now. Baseball Hacks shows how easy it is to get data, process it, and use it to truly understand baseball. The book lists a number of sources for current and historical baseball data, and explains how to load it into a database for analysis. It then introduces several powerful statistical tools for understanding data and forecasting results. For the uninitiated baseball fan, author Joseph Adler walks readers through the core statistical categories for hitters (batting average, on-base percentage, etc.), pitchers (earned run average, strikeout-to-walk ratio, etc.), and fielders (putouts, errors, etc.). He then extrapolates upon these numbers to examine more advanced data groups like career averages, team stats, season-by-season comparisons, and more. Whether you're a mathematician, scientist, or season-ticket holder to your favorite team, Baseball Hacks is sure to have something for you. Advance praise for Baseball Hacks: "Baseball Hacks is the best book ever written for understanding and practicing baseball analytics. A must-read for baseball professionals and enthusiasts alike." -- Ari Kaplan, database consultant to the Montreal Expos, San Diego Padres, and Baltimore Orioles "The game was born in the 19th century, but the passion for its analysis continues to grow into the 21st. In Baseball Hacks, Joe Adler not only demonstrates thatthe latest data-mining technologies have useful application to the study of baseball statistics, he also teaches the reader how to do the analysis himself, arming the dedicated baseball fan with tools to take his understanding of the game to a higher level." -- Mark E. Johnson, Ph.D., Founder, SportMetrika, Inc. and Baseball Analyst for the 2004 St. Louis Cardinals
📒Intelligent Computer Mathematics ✍ Johan Jeuring
✏Intelligent Computer Mathematics Book Summary : This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Symbolic Computation, AISC 2012, 19th Symposium on the Integration of Symbolic Computation and Mechanized Reasoning, Calculemus 2012, 5th International Workshop on Digital Mathematics Libraries, DML 2012, 11th International Conference on Mathematical Knowledge Management, MKM 2012, Systems and Projects, held in Bremen, Germany as CICM 2012, the Conferences on Intelligent Computer Mathematics. The 13 revised full papers out of 19 submissions for MKM 2012, 6 revised full papers out of 9 submissions for Calculemus 2012, 6 revised full papers out of 8 submissions for AISC 2012, 2 revised full papers out of 3 submissions for DML 2012, and 11 revised full papers out of 12 submissions for Systems and Project track presented were carefully reviewed and selected, resulting in 38 papers from a total of 52 submissions.
📒Hacking Del Icio Us ✍ Leslie M. Orchard
✏Hacking Del icio us Book Summary : This is the ultimate guide to hacking, tweaking, and modifying del.icio.us - one of the hottest topics on the web today. Tons of hacks including: * Geotagging del.icio.us bookmarks * Mapping del.icio.us tags with Google Maps * Building and watching tag clouds over time * del.icio.us tagging using browser keywords * del.icio.us Firefox hacks * Integrating Bloglines and del.icio.us * Linking to posts w/ greasemonkey * del.icio.us Safari hacks * del.icio.us desktop hacks for Windows, Mac, and Linux * Combining del.icio.us and blogs - Movable Type, WordPress, blosxom: and others * Programming with the del.icio.us API and more...
📒Google Maps Hacks ✍ Rich Gibson
✏Google Maps Hacks Book Summary : Want to find every pizza place within a 15-mile radius? Where the dog parks are in a new town? The most central meeting place for your class, club or group of friends? The cheapest gas stations on a day-to-day basis? The location of convicted sex offenders in an area to which you may be considering moving? The applications, serendipitous and serious, seem to be infinite, as developers find ever more creative ways to add to and customize the satellite images and underlying API of Google Maps. Written by Schuyler Erle and Rich Gibson, authors of the popular Mapping Hacks, Google Maps Hacks shares dozens of tricks for combining the capabilities of Google Maps with your own datasets. Such diverse information as apartment listings, crime reporting or flight routes can be integrated with Google's satellite imagery in creative ways, to yield new and useful applications. The authors begin with a complete introduction to the "standard" features of Google Maps. The adventure continues with 60 useful and interesting mapping projects that demonstrate ways developers have added their own features to the maps. After that's given you ideas of your own, you learn to apply the techniques and tools to add your own data to customize and manipulate Google Maps. Even Google seems to be tacitly blessing what might be seen as unauthorized use, but maybe they just know a good thing when they see one. With the tricks and techniques you'll learn from Google Maps Hacks, you'll be able to adapt Google's satellite map feature to create interactive maps for personal and commercial applications for businesses ranging from real estate to package delivery to home services, transportation and more. Includes a foreword by Google Maps tech leads, Jens and Lars Rasmussen.
📒Google Apps Hacks ✍ Philipp Lenssen
✏Google Apps Hacks Book Summary : Can Google applications really become an alternative to the venerable Microsoft Office suite? Conventional wisdom may say no, but practical wisdom says otherwise. Right now, 100,000 small businesses are currently running trials of Google office applications. So are large corporations such as General Electric and Proctor & Gamble. Google Apps Hacks gets you in on the action with several ingenious ways to push Google's web, mobile, and desktop apps to the limit. The scores of clever hacks and workarounds in this book help you get more than the obvious out of a whole host of Google's web-based applications for word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint-style presentations, email, calendar, and more by giving you ways to exploit the suite's unique network functionality. You get plenty of ways to tinker with: Google Documents -- Share and edit documents with others in real time, view them on the run with Google Docs mobile service, and use Google Notebook for web research Google Spreadsheets -- Add real-time data to spreadsheets, and generate charts and tables you can embed in web pages Google Presentations -- View them on a mobile phone and save them as video Gmail -- Send email to and from a mobile phone, adjust Gmail's layout with a style sheet, and a lot more iGoogle -- Create your own gadgets, program a screenscraper, add Flash games, and more Google Calendar -- Add web content events, public calendars, and your Outlook Calendar to this application Google Reader, Google Maps, Google Earth, and Google SketchUp: the new 3D modeling software tool Picasa, YouTube, and Google Video -- discover new ways to customize and use these media management apps In addition, Google Apps Hacks outlines ways you can create a simple web site with nothing but Google tools, including Page Creator, Blogger, Google Analytics, and content from other Google apps. This amazing collection just might convince you that Microsoft Office is not the last word in business applications. The price is certainly right.
📒Hacking Gmail ✍ Ben Hammersley
✏Hacking GMail Book Summary : The first book to unlock the true power behind Gmail, Hacking Gmail will immediately appeal to Google and Gmail fans This is serious, down-and-dirty, under-the-hood, code-level hacking that will have readers eliminating the default settings, customizing appearance, disabling advertising, and taking control over their Gmail accounts Covers turning Gmail into an online hard drive for backing up files, using it as a blogging tool, and even creating customized Gmail tools and hacks Shows readers how to check their Gmail without visiting the site; use Gmail APIs in Perl, Python, PHP, and other languages, or create their own; and maximize Gmail as a host for message boards, photo galleries, even a blog
📒Flickr Hacks ✍ Paul Bausch
✏Flickr Hacks Book Summary : Over two million registered Flickr users and counting have discovered the ease and fun of organizing their photo libraries, showing off their favorite pictures to the world, and securely sharing their private pictures with friends, family, or ad hoc groups. But Flickr's own plethora of intuitive menus, options, and features just scratches the surface. Flickr Hacks goes beyond the basics of storing, sorting, and sharing your photos to the much bigger playground of what's possible. Whether you're a beginner looking to manage your metadata and play with tags, or a programmer in need of a detailed reference of Flickr API methods, you'll find what you're looking for here. In addition to getting under the hood of some of the most popular third-party Flickr toys already in the wild, you'll learn how to: Post photos to your blog directly from your cameraphone Mash up your own photos or others' public pictures into custom mosaics, collages, sliding puzzles, slideshows, or ransom notes Back up your Flickr library to your desktop, and save the comments too Set random desktop backgrounds and build your own Flickr screensaver Geotag your photos and map your contacts Download a list of photos and make a contact sheet Make your own Flickr-style tag cloud to visualize the frequency of common tags Build a color picker with a dynamic color wheel of Flickr photos Feed photos to your web site and subscribe to custom Flickr feeds using RSS Talk to the Flickr API using your web browser, Perl, or PHP; authenticate yourself and other users; and build custom API applications